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A Dangerous place to live around. The vicinity of Memphis, Tenn., seems to be rather unhealthy for the advanced emigrants of civilization, who are engaged in the charitable work of enlightening the benighted South. A correspondent of the Mobile News, who writes from a company of Confederate cavalry which a few days since went to the environs of the city, says of the "excursion:" In the evening we retraced our steps, informing the citizens on the road that "our errand had proved fruitless, and we were going back home;" but we didn't do any such foolish thing, for after coming out some twelve or fifteen miles, feeding and resting our wearied horses, the command, "Saddle up," was again heard, and Thursday night found us a little nearer Memphis on the same road. Just before sunrise on Thursday morning, as we were silently lying in ambush, each one eager for the fray, we heard them coming. They were in great glee over something, laughing and hallooing as they came, and w